Alstrong asked:

Why does he say to not buy foreign stocks and banks?

Justin Availability of financial data differs in different countries. Accounting reporting standards also differ. This makes the data less reliable to build a strategy on. However accounting standards are becoming more global these days as companies move to international standards, so foreign company data is becoming more reliable.
Joseph Naus because the accounting numbers in those market that his system is based on aren't reliable--that's what he says. seems a little odd to me.
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